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Dec 10, 2012 1:00am EST
of compromise, if the so-called fiscal cliff talks do not come to a conclusion, it's implemented, have you looked at how you have to compromise the university of pennsylvania? how it would affect the university of pennsylvania? >> yeah. if we were to go over the miscall cliff, and more so if there isn't compromise that really establishes the american financial system on solid grounding, then there will be many ways in which we, as a university, and every university in the country will be compromised in the sense of compromising our quality. we will be -- we depend upon the funding of biomedical research to spur innovation in the country. that will dry up. we are committed to making penn affordable for the undergraduates which costs $181 million a year. that's twice the amount it costs us eight years august because we ramped up financial aid, and the more unemployment terrorist in the country, the more we spend on financial aid, and it would be a tragedy if the country moved in a direction to make education less affordable so, we, as a university, are very dependent and very concerned about
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 1:30pm EST
an avalanche of e-mails. you were talking to your group, and you said you wanted to use the phrase "fiscal cliff." and you, and you slipped and said something else that you won't say, but i just wandered if anybody -- wondered if anybody caught it besides me. >> a lot of people did. [laughter] okay, if you do two shows a day, that's going to happen. and, by the way, i'm not even sure what i said. [laughter] but there are, there is two versions of it. [laughter] there's one that's profane, and then there's one that's really biological. [laughter] so we will just -- you know what? it was such an obvious slip of the tongue -- [laughter] this is the reagan library, people. [laughter] make me sick. [laughter] your minds. >> real quick, we'll go up here on the balcony. >> hi. i and my young boys are a big fan of yours. i have my 13 and 10-year-old watching you every day. >> oh, thanks. where are you? >> i'm up here. >> way -- [laughter] >> oh. great, where? oh. [laughter] >> actually, when i told them i was coming to see you, they wanted to come too. they're big fans. >> oh. so you put them in t
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